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Lifeline – Frequency Asked Questions

Lifeline: Frequency Asked Questions

Q: Who do we help?

lifeline-iconA: Lifeline Connection offers weekly support groups for people struggling with drug and alcohol addiction, as well as other life-controlling problems like anger. We also provide support groups for the family members and loved ones of people with addictions. Our groups can also serve as ongoing support and accountability to individuals who have graduated from a residential drug-recovery program.

Q: What kind of groups do we offer and how long is each group?

A: Using powerful and life-changing curricula from Living Free our support groups address the following topics:

Stepping Into Freedom – a Christ-centered, 12-session course for freedom from life-controlling problems, especially drug and alcohol addiction (1.5 hours/session)
Concerned Persons – an 9-session group offering hope for individuals with an addicted loved one, which teaches participants to keep the proper focus, to set healthy boundaries and to practice effective communication (1.5 hours/session)
• Anger: Our Master or Our Servant – a 9-session group for understanding and controlling anger in relationships and daily life (1.5 hours/session)
• The Insight Group – 9-session group for people who need help to stay free from Life controlling problems and grow in the grace and knowledge of Jesus Christ. (1.5 hours/session)

Q: How much do the groups cost?

A: Each group has a one-time tuition fee which must be paid at the time of registration. The Stepping Into Freedom, Concerned Persons, Insight and Anger groups cost $20 each, including a workbook for each course.

Q: When and where do the groups meet?

A: We are growing but here are the current locations and information:

Lincoln High School
After School Program
Jimmy & Yvonne Oakes
888-289-6818

Huntsville AR Skating Rink
400 West Street
Rick and Nancy Dignan
479-738-8553

TF Reach Center
Wyatt Muncy & Sherry Burke- Facilitators
2070 Garland Ave.
Fayetteville, AR
888-289-6818

Q: I’m a family member of an addict. Why should I participate in a Concerned Persons group?

A: Your health and the health of your family is a vital part of the healing of your loved one! Participate to support your recovering loved one, to sustain your family, and to strengthen yourself!

Q: I’m struggling with a life-controlling problem. Will the Stepping Into Freedom group help me?

A: It depends on how motivated you are to change. Jesus asked a lame man, “Do you want to get well?” He asks you the same question today—how much do you want to be free of your addiction? If circumstances prevent you from attending our 12-month residential program at this time, this group will help you IF you are ready to let go of your past and allow God to heal you. If you feel that it would be too hard to get free without physically separating yourself from your current world, our residential program is the best fit for you!

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Teen Challenge Endorsers

  • Ronald Reagan

    Former President

    Ronald Reagan

    “Not only does Teen Challenge help our young people deal with their substance abuse, but is also gives our kids something to live for – a relationship with God, a healthy self-esteem, and a direction in their lives that finally leads somewhere. I sincerely appreciate your efforts to reach and rehabilitate the many young people who have, at present, no hope in life.”

  • John Ashcroft

    Former Attorney General

    John Ashcroft

    “Teen Challenge changes the world one person at a time.”

  • Charles Colson

    Founder, Prison Fellowship

    Charles Colson

    “The Teen Challenge program succeeds when all of the government programs have failed.”

  • George Bush

    Former President

    George W. Bush

    “Too many young [people] have already lost their lives, and too many others have suffered serious injury for us to ignore the problems of juvenile alcohol and drug abuse. Programs such as Teen Challenge work to change young people’s lives by changing their hearts. I commend you for your work with young men who are addicted to drugs or alcohol.”

  • Art Linkletter

    Television Personality

    Art Linkletter

    “In my opinion, Teen Challenge is doing the best all-around job of providing the kids with something meaningful in their lives. And that’s what they all need. . .I thank you for your continuing support for Teen Challenge.”

  • John Howard

    Former US Drug Czar

    Dr. John A. Howard

    “Of all the drug programs reported to the Commission, the most successful is the program conducted by Teen Challenge.”

  • Jim Blanchard

    Past Director, AT&T Corporation

    Jim Blanchard

    “Teen Challenge is one of the most successful programs in our country.”

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About Our Ranch Director

Teen Challenge Boys Ranch Director

Darren Reynolds (pictured with his wife Mary) has worked with youth since 1990 and became the Executive Director of Teen Challenge Adventure Ranch in 1996. He is a graduate of Central Bible College and has a Master’s Degree in counseling from Liberty University.

PO Box 20. Morrow, AR 72749
Telephone: (888) 289-6818
Fax: (888) 844-1669
Email: mail@teenchallengeranch.com

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Therapuetic ranch and home for troubled teenage boys

Should you need help finding counselors for teens, alternative schools, military schools or residential schools for troubled youth, please let us know. Teen Challenge Adventure Ranch is a Christian therapeutic boarding school and boys home. Boys come to our therapeutic school and home in Northwest Arkansas from across the United States. We help at-risk boys who struggle with behavioral issues. Therapeutic boarding schools and boys homes like Teen Challenge offer behavioral therapy and a rehab for troubled teen boys with teen counseling for boys. It is an affordable therapeutic ranch for at-risk teenage boys, boys with anger, oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), attention deficit disorder (ADD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), drug abuse, alcohol abuse, drug addiction, or other substance abuse or rebellion.

Lifeline – Frequency Asked Questions

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